Spoilt for Choice: What Is Your 2012 Hair Style Going to Be?
- From the catwalk right to your home come the most gorgeous of the 2012 hair style trends
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Our selection of the currently trendiest hair styles come directly from the catwalks of this world. We went to the fashion capitals to have a look at the hottest 2012 hair styles and can't wait to share our impressions with you
Twice a year, the world's leading fashion designers present their newest collections on catwalks in London, Milan, Paris and New York. We call it 'Fashion Weeks' and they are all about style and styling. What are the new hits? What styles are outdated? What styles are definitely out of fashion, razor short or ultra-long? Is big hair or sleek elegance the new fashion? Should you try out soft waves or striking lines? The keyword for this year's big trend is definitely 'undone'. Rarely did we ever see so many models present themselves in such a deliberately casual style! All the elements of the new looks add up to the impression of effortless beauty. In our trend report, we show you what it takes to style your hair in the up and coming style.
2012 Hair Styles – Fashion Survivors
Last season's sleek look has come a long way. Wet effects are now part of the style. Sleek hair actually looks wet. Lanvin and Alexander Wang use this effect to create a style of austerity and distance. In other fashion houses as for example in the houses of Alberta Feretti and Max Mara, the sleek look turned grungy and is reminiscent of hair styles in the 1990s. Soft long curls as well as many ponytail and retro hair style versions are also among the surviving hair fashions.
The Coming 2012 Hair Styles
Is it the left, the middle or maybe the right version? No, we are not talking about political opinions. We are wondering how hair is going to be parted in 2012. The 2012 hair styles are (almost) all about parting hair. Whether the hair is short or long, straight or curly, it must be properly parted. Other new hair styles in 2012 are chignon variations and styles, which pay homage to actress and style icon Sophia Loren.